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Survival of A People: Using our Natural Resources 1875-1975

 
Salt fish transferred to world-wide transportation vessels
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Farming on the Islands
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Small Family Farm
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Stewart Small using 'Harry' to plow a field
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Albert Bailey with work horses.
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Prize winning horses on the farm of Patricia and Stanley Moore
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This article is a 'bit' , which is part of the horse's harness
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Parts of the leather harness used to hitch a work horse to a plow or other farming implement.
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William Pugh, in front of his fish shop, with one of his herd of sheep
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Carding tools
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Preparing to use her 'Scotch' spinning wheel
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Josie (Josephine) Delaney Small at her spinning wheel, spinning wool
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Blanket woven by Josie Small
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Melzena (Small) Barteaux and mother Josie are shown hooking a rug, through the use of wool scraps.
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Milk and cream bottles
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Daniel Kenney Sr. shown with a calf from his farm.
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Judson Morehouse with his grandson, Sidney Jr. with a pet calf owned by Judson.
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Murray (Barney) Outhouse
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